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ACCA as Early as possible !!!!

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ACCA as Early as possible !!!!

All of us know that the maximum duration for completing ACCA is 10 years (if i am not wrong). So, everyone knows that some time we feel an unexpected result (even if we prepared well) , there fore it obviously takes time in completing ACCA's papers because of many reasons like BAD LUCK, SOME UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES, NOT PREPARED FOR THE PAPER etc

So, i just got a question in my mind that If any student didn't completed their papers within 10 years OR completed with in 5 to 6 years, has an impact on the employer when they hire these kind of students ?? I mean to say there might be a possibility that the employer might think that the student is lazy or he is not competent or may be he has no knowledge; thats why it takes him/her long time in completing ACCA. So as a result they will not hire that GUY...

what shall student should do at these worse times ?

ANY ANSWERS ????

August 1st 2015 AN ACCA USER 2,330 Points

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In the starting it may affect your image in front of you employer but if you are performing efficiently it will not matter in later times especially when you have gained some experience and applying for jobs.

August 3rd 2015 AN ACCA USER 14,370 Points
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FYI the time limit has changed now.  It is no longer 10 years from the date you register.  It is 7 years from the date you pass your first P paper.
http://www.accaglobal.com/gb/en/student/getting-started/rules-and-regulations-for-students/time-limits.html
August 3rd 2015 AN ACCA USER 230 Points
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Raul, as you know your first expression is the last expression. If a person gets induce in a firmafter late affiliation then you may progress with low ignition and that's will be drawback to attain your destination.
August 7th 2015 AN ACCA USER 1,640 Points
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At the end of the day, what mostly matters is the journey you have taken and the knowledge base you have fulfilled

August 9th 2015 AN ACCA USER 370 Points
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